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Microsoft Graph includes the ability to display information in three dimensions. This simply means that your graphs look like they have depth. The presentation of the three dimensions used by the program is not limited; you have complete control over how the chart looks. To change the perspective from which the chart is viewed, try this:
Figure 1. The 3-D View dialog box
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